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How To Analyze Songs


Try 2 months of Skillshare for free! 🤍 One of the my favorite parts of being a music theorist is being able to take apart all my favorite music to see how it ticks, so I thought it'd be fun to show y'all how I go about doing that! That way you can try it out on your own favorite songs instead of waiting for me to get around to them. Or, if you're already doing that, you can check out my process and see where you and I differ, which is always cool. Yeah! Patreon: 🤍 Mailing List: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Email: 12tonevideos🤍 Last: 🤍 Comfortably Numb video: 🤍 Africa video: 🤍 Hurt video: 🤍 Functional Harmony video: 🤍 Non-Functional Techniques: 🤍 Stairway To Heaven video: 🤍 Script: 🤍 Huge thanks to our Elephant of the Month Club members: Susan Jones Jill Jones Ron Jones Howard Levine Kaylor Hodges Gabi Ghita Elaine Pratt Ken Arnold Brian Etheredge Gene Lushtak Khristofor Saraga William (Bill) Boston Duck Nicolas Mendoza Wolf Bennett RAD Donato Anton Smyk Mitchell Fund Dale Monks Len Lanphar Paul Ward Soham Panda Benjamin DeLillo Chris Prentice Jack Carlson Susan Lingenfelter Budjarn Lambeth Branden Randall Dov Zazkis Jesse Russo James Treacy Bagshaw Christopher Lucas Hendrik Payer Andrew Beals Thomas Morley Jacob Helwig Duncan Dempsey Jeff Cairns And thanks as well to Henry Reich, Eugene Bulkin, Logan Jones, Abram Thiessen, Anna Work, Oliver, Jc Bq, Adam Neely, Dialup Salesman, nico, Justin Donnell, Michael Fieseler, Rick Lees, Ben LaRose, rhandhom1, Harold Gonzales, SD, StarsServant, Dave Mayer, Thomás, Marc Himmelberger, Chris Borland, Davis Sprague, jason black, Justin Bronstein, Justin Aungst, David Roulston, Nick Olman, Dutreuilh Olivier, Daniel Gilchrist, Paul Quine, Anamol Pundle, billy roberts, Elliot Burke, Alex Atanasyan, Amlor, Greg Borenstein, Tim S., David Tocknell, Elias Simon, Jerry D. Brown, CodenaCrow, Nikolay Semyonov, blalo'u, Lauren Steely, Fabian, Revolution Harmony, Arnas, Paul Apicella, Sarah Spath, Skylar J Eckdahl, Kristian Bredenbeck, Josiah R. Hazel, Ohad Lutzky, Bate Goiko, Jon White, Eivind Vatshaug, Kurtis Commanda, James A. Thornton, Jacob Friend, Benjamin Cooper, Kevin, Joe Galetti, Aa Markus, Caroline Simpson, John Bejarano, David Barker, drunkwookiee64, Brian Dinger, Pawel Sit, Michael Alan Dorman, Adam Wurstmann, Dave Wray, Kelsey Freese, Shadow Kat, Adam Kent, Nathan Petchell, Blake Boyd, Calvin Blitman, Jan Macek, Magnus Guldbrandsen, Trevor, Michael McCormick, Stefan Strohmaier, Lilith Dawn, David Baker, Jonathan Beck, Dmitry Jemerov, Jason Foster, Ian Seymour, Charles Gaskell, Brett Haines, christian madsen, Luke Rihn, Rob Holton, Lee Rennie, Richard T. Anderson, Thomas Schryver, Angela Flierman, Matthis Knopf, Peter Wells, Kevin Hellon, Zion Suppasan, Dan Lizotte, Nervilis, Seth Keller, Mark Feaver, Tyler Lukasiewicz, Kevin Johnson, Brian McCue, Stephan Broek, Richard Walker, Wú QióngYuǎn, Elliot Jay O'Neill, George Gleeson, David Christensen, Elliot Winkler, Payden Nissen, Tom Evans, Marcøs, Brandon Lanning, Ryan Nicholls, ml cohen, Sylvain Chevalier, Yuriy Honcharuk, Darzzr, Roger Grosse, David Hardin, Rodrigo Roman, Francois LaPlante, Jeremy Zolner, Matthew Fox, Paper Coelacanth, Britt Ratliff, Patrick James Morley, Koen Hoogendoorn, Tae Wook Kim, Eddie O'Rourke, Ryan, Jon Bauman, Drew Mazurek, Jacob Luedecke, Vincent Sanders, John July, Antônio Guilherme Ferreira Viggiano, Victor L., Tommaso Ghidetti, Volker Wegert, Linus Abrahamson, Paul Koester, Danny, Matthew Kallend, Patrick Callier, JH, Joshua Gleitze, Ben Zotto, Fred Phillips, Emilio Assteves, Moises Vieira Nunes, Alex Keeny, Jeffery Aaron Lowery, Alexey Fedotov, Nicholas Lim, Patrick Pyne, Charles Hill, Harry Hume, Greg von Teig, Joshua La Macchia, John Paul Welsh, Lisa Lyons, and DSM! Your support helps make 12tone even better! Also, thanks to Jareth Arnold and Jade Tan-Holmes for proofreading the script to make sure this all makes sense hopefully!

How to Analyze Music and WHY


In this video I try to answer a question about the point of analyzing music that I receive often. Using a Chopin Mazurka as an example, I show different approaches I might take in analyzing a piece of music and my personal reasons as to why I value these practices. ➡ Thank you for supporting me on Patreon! 🤍 ➡ My Piano Intensive Video Course: 🤍 Instagram 🤍nahresol Twitter 🤍nahresol Facebook 🤍practicenotes Yamaha CP88: 🤍 Camera: 🤍 Lens: 🤍 Recording Interface: 🤍 Microphone: 🤍 Portable Recorder: 🤍 90 Degree Tripod: 🤍 (Affiliate links that contribute to the channel) Subscribe to the channel to follow my uploads: PRACTICE NOTES: 🤍 SOUND BANK: 🤍 As always, thank you so much for watching, and thank you to all of you that leave comments.

The Music Theory Iceberg Explained


Thanks to Hooktheory for sponsoring this video. Use this link to get 20% off your first year of Chord Crush. 🤍 🎼 And, an extra special thanks goes to Douglas Lind, Vidad Flowers, Ivan Pang, Waylon Fairbanks, Jon Dye, Austin Russell, Christopher Ryan, Toot & Paul Peijzel, the channel’s Patreon saints! 😇 SUPPORT ME ON PATREON: 🤍 🎹 0:00 Introduction 0:30 1: Open air 2:04 2: Tip of the iceberg 4:02 3: Under the surface 7:50 4: Sinking deeper 14:00 Hooktheory 14:44 5: Daylight doesn't reach down here 20:33 6: Running out of oxygen 29:27 7: The ocean floor 43:54 Conclusion

There's A Better Way to ANALYZE MUSIC (+FREE Study Guide)


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Music Analysis Ep.1: The Motivic Development in Beethoven's 6th Symphony


Watch the incredible motivic development of the 1st movement from Beethoven's 6th Symphony. The entire piece is constructed from the four-bar theme. A huge thank you to Klaus Ferretti for his honest feedback on this analysis. - Check out the School of Composition for more lessons: 🤍 And join our community of worldwide musicians and composers: 🤍 Thanks for watching! -

Radiohead: Pyramid Song - Analysis


‘Pyramid Song’, written by Thom Yorke with contributions from Jonny Greenwood and Philip Selway, is one of Radiohead's most enduringly popular songs. In this essay, I analyse the harmony, rhythm and form of the song and suggest that the hypnotic feeling you get whilst listening to it comes about as a result of the music’s complex substructure. A lot of the content and inspiration for this essay comes from Brad Osborn's fantastic book 'Everything in its Right Place: Analyzing Radiohead'. If you're interesting in diving into the complex theory behind Radiohead's songs, then I thoroughly recommend you purchase this book (link below). ▶ Support my channel: 🤍 ▶ Subscribe: 🤍 ▶ Website: 🤍 ▶ Twitter: 🤍 EXPLANATION OF MOTIF NAMES - Intro: First motif to be heard in the song - Pyramid: Most used motif in the song - Radix: When the notes of the major/minor thirds in each the chords of this motif are plotted against time (number of beats), the sequence looks like a square root sign (√), called a 'Radix' (Radix comes from the Latin for 'root') - BACH: The major/minor thirds in the chords in this motif are, in order, A♮, G#, B, A#. If you transpose this sequence up a semitone (half-step), you get B♭, A, C, B♮. This is known as the 'BACH' motif - in German musical nomenclature, 'B' signifies a B♭ and 'H' signifies a B♮. FURTHER WATCHING Radiohead - Pyramid Song [Music Video]: 🤍 Everything In Its Right Place: A Conversation with Brad Osborn: 🤍 FURTHER READING/RESEARCH Everything in its Right Place: Analyzing Radiohead (Brad Osborn) - 🤍 #radiohead #pyramidsong

How I'd Learn Music Theory (If I Had To Start Over)


If I could start again, a million miles away... Get 41% off(!) CuriosityStream and a free Nebula account: 🤍 and use promo code "12tone" I've spent over a decade of my life learning music theory, and it hasn't always gone smoothly, but I've got so much out of that journey. But what if I could start over? Was there a better way? Knowing what I know now, how would I advise the old 2009 Cory on how to do things better? Or, perhaps more relevantly, how would I advise people who, in 2021, are just starting their own journeys into music theory? I'm not entirely sure, but hopefully this list will help. Patreon: 🤍 Merch: 🤍 Discord: 🤍 Mailing List: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Twitch: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Email: 12tonevideos🤍 Last: 🤍 Jordan's video: 🤍 Terry Tao interview: 🤍 Script: 🤍 Huge thanks to our Elephant of the Month Club members: Susan Jones Jill Jones Duck Howard Levine Ron Jones Brian Etheredge Khristofor Saraga Len Lanphar Ken Arnold Elaine Pratt William (Bill) Boston Chris Prentice Jack Carlson Christopher Lucas Andrew Beals Dov Zazkis Hendrik Payer Thomas Morley Jacob Helwig Davis Sprague Alex Knauth Braum Meakes Hendrik Stüwe Dan Bonelli Kevin Boyce Allyson Scott Howarth Luke Kevin Wilamowski Kelly Christoffersen Symmetry Nicholas Lennox Jake Fisher Ken Jones Obadiah Wright Kobalent Dhruv Monga Donal Botkin Jesse Anderton Jason Nebergall Carlos Rendon And thanks as well to Henry Reich, Gabi Ghita, Gene Lushtak, Owen Campbell-Moore, Eugene Bulkin, Logan Jones, Oliver, Adam Neely, Rick Lees, Dave Mayer, Paul Quine, CodenaCrow, Nikolay Semyonov, Arnas, Caroline Simpson, Michael Alan Dorman, Dmitry Jemerov, Blake Boyd, Luke Rihn, Charles Gaskell, Ian Seymour, Trevor Sullivan, Favrion The Man, Tom Evans, Elliot Jay O'Neill, Michael McCormick, Chris Borland, Justin Donnell, JH, David Conrad, Alex Atanasyan, Elliot Burke, Lamadesbois, Chris Chapin, Tim S., Elias Simon, Jerry D. Brown, Jake Lizzio, Ohad Lutzky, Todd Davidson, James A. Thornton, Brian Dinger, Stefan Strohmaier, Shadow Kat, Adam Wurstmann, Kelsey Freese, Peter Leventis, Angela Flierman, Richard T. Anderson, Blake White, Chris Connett, Kevin Johnson, Ryan, Matthew Kallend, Rodrigo "rrc2soft" Roman, Jeremy Zolner, Patrick Callier, Danny, Francois LaPlante, Volker Wegert, Joshua Gleitze, Britt Ratliff, ml cohen, Darzzr, Kenneth Kousen, James, W. Dennis Sorrell, Aaron Epstein, Charles Hill, Alexey Fedotov, Joshua La Macchia, Alex Keeny, Valentin Lupachev, John Bejarano, Melvin Martis, Professor Elliot, Jozef Paffen, h2g2guy, Niko Albertus, Gary Butterfield, Roming 22, Steve Brand, Rene Miklas, Connor Shannon, max thomas, Red Uncle, Andrew Engel, Doug Nottingham, Nicholas Wolf, Peter Brinkmann, ZagOnEm, Robert Beach, Naomi Ostriker, Alex Mole, Tuna, Mathew Wolak, Lincoln Mendell, Vincent Engler, Kaisai Morihito, Sam Rezek, Matt McKegg, Beth Martyn, Lucas Augusto, Caitlin Olsen, T, Betsy, Tonya Custis, Dave Shapiro, NoticeMK, Evan Satinsky, James Little, RaptorCat, Jigglypuffer, leftaroundabout ., Jens Schäfer, Mikely Whiplash, room34, Austin Amberg, CoryC, Rafael Martinez Salas, Walther, Jacopo Cascioli, Francisco Rodrigues, Elizabeth, Doug Lantz, Michael Tsuk, Graeme Lewis, Jake Sand, Kayla Sparks, Max Glass, ThoraSTooth, Robert McIntosh, Brandon Legawiec, Brx, Aditya Baradwaj, Matt Ivaliotes, Yuval Filmus, Evgeni Kunev, Hikaru Katayamma, Alon Kellner, Özgür Kesim, Rob Hardy, Jim Hayes, Juan Madrigal, Jasmine Fellows, Patrick Chieppe, Eric Stark, David Haughn, Scott Albertine, Byron DeLaBarre, anemamata, Brian Miller, Lee-orr Orbach, Eric Plume, Kevin Pierce, Jon Hancock, Gordon Dell, Mark Henning, Caleb Meyer, Matty Crocker, רועי סיני, John Carter, Jason Peterson, Peggy Youell, EJ Hambleton, Jos Mulder, Daryl Banttari, J.T. Vandenbree, Dragix PL, David Taylor, Conor Stuart Roe, Marcus Radloff, Cereus, Gary Evesson, Kottolett, Brian Stephens, Dylan Vidas, Gabriel Totusek, John Castle, Carlos Silva, SecretKittehs, Mnemosyne Music, AkselA, Wayne Robinson, Philip Miller, Sam Plotkin, Sean Thompson, David MacDonald, Jeremiah Coleman, Nellie Speirs Baron, Charles R., Josh, The Gig Farmer, Sam, Hunter Embry, DialMForManning, Wayne Weil, Michael Wehling, darkmage, Jeff Bair, Walter, bill homan, Brian Davis, Eric Daugherty, James, David Peterson, and Bryan C. Mills! Your support helps make 12tone even better! Also, thanks to Jareth Arnold and Sofia Sangiorgio for proofreading the script to make sure this all makes sense hopefully!

Tutorial Level: Basic Musical Analysis


Here I outline the very basics of musical analysis for those who get a little lost in my regular videos! Don't worry, I'll be back to taking apart video game songs next week. Let me know what you thought of this episode because I'm honestly not sure if this sub-series is a worthwhile endeavor. Also I have a Twitter now: 🤍8bitMusicTheory

Music Theory in 16 Minutes


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Star Wars - The Genius of John Williams


John Williams' scores for the Star Wars series contain some of the most recognisable, and popular music ever written for film. In this essay I analyse one theme, or set piece, from each of the three trilogies - 'Duel of the Fates' from the prequels, 'Princess Leia's Theme' from the original trilogy and 'The Battle of Crait' from the sequels. I use these to consider how Williams created the iconic sound of the Star Wars universe, as well as how he uses the music to enhance the narrative and add depth to the characters. ▶ Support my channel: 🤍 ▶ Subscribe: 🤍 ▶ Website: 🤍 ▶ Twitter: 🤍 FURTHER WATCHING Star Wars - Music by John Williams Rare 1980 Documentary: 🤍 Star Wars The Force Awakens: John Williams - The Seventh Symphony Featurette: 🤍 FURTHER READING/RESEARCH Listening to “Star Wars” [Alex Ross]: 🤍 A Field Guide to the Musical Leitmotifs of “Star Wars” [Alex Ross]: 🤍 Complete Catalogue of the Musical Themes of Star Wars [Frank Lehman]: 🤍 Modal Interchange and Semantic Resonance in Themes by John Williams [Tom Schneller]: 🤍 #StarWars #JohnWilliams

Jacob Collier Answers Music Theory Questions From Twitter | Tech Support | WIRED


Musician Jacob Collier answers the internet's burning questions about music theory. What the heck is reharmonization? What's Middle C? What do the piano pedals do? Does music theory matter? Jacob answers all these questions and much more! Still haven’t subscribed to WIRED on YouTube? ►► 🤍 Listen to the Get WIRED podcast ►► 🤍 Want more WIRED? Get the magazine ►► 🤍 Get more incredible stories on science and tech with our daily newsletter: 🤍 Also, check out the free WIRED channel on Roku, Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, and Android TV. Here you can find your favorite WIRED shows and new episodes of our latest hit series Tradecraft. ABOUT WIRED WIRED is where tomorrow is realized. Through thought-provoking stories and videos, WIRED explores the future of business, innovation, and culture. Jacob Collier Answers Music Theory Questions From Twitter | Tech Support | WIRED

How Lana Del Rey Writes an Indie Song | Artist Analysis S2E4


How Lana Del Rey writes a song. Learn how to sing, produce, and mix in the style of Lana Del Rey. ►► Get your FREE guide "The 7 Steps to a KILLER Indie Song" 🤍 What is about Lana Del Rey's songwriting & melodic style that feels so heartwarming and believable? Why do her productions sound so "indie" even though her records are produced by world-class pop producers? Finally, how can you and I use these musical concepts and approaches we're about to explore to make our own music better? Let's talk about it...

Music theory concepts ranked by importance


MUSIC THEORY TIER LIST! Start learning the piano today with your free trial of Skoove: 🤍 🎹 Music theory can certainly be a massively useful tool for musicians looking to unlock their potential. However, you certainly don’t need to every single facet of theory to reap the benefit! So today I’m going to rank different music theory concepts on their importance and value to hopefully give you a better idea of what is need to know and what is nice to know! The outro song is my track "Running Man" and is available on my Spotify: 🤍 🎶 And, an extra special thanks goes to Douglas Lind, Vidad Flowers, Ivan Pang, Waylon Fairbanks, Jon Dye, Austin Russell, Christopher Ryan, Toot & Paul Peijzel, the channel’s Patreon saints! 😇 SUPPORT ME ON PATREON: 🤍 🎹 0:00 Introduction 1:42 Note names 2:20 Triads 2:58 Seventh chords 3:43 Inversions 4:37 Upper chord extensions 5:23 Ear training 6:30 Intervals 7:17 Major scales 8:11 Pentatonic scales 8:51 Minor scales 9:32 Modes of the major scale 10:19 Modes of other scales 11:10 Exotic scales 11:58 Transposition 12:46 Key signatures 13:17 Roman numeral analysis 14:15 Note values 15:22 Articulation 16:13 Time signatures 17:24 Tuplets 18:20 Rhythmic solfège 19:38 Cadences & functional harmony 20:27 Clefs 21:15 Dynamics 22:24 Polyrhythms 23:24 Polymeters 24:41 Tritone substitution 25:54 Microtonality 27:01 Harmonic series 28:06 Temperaments

Music Theory and White Supremacy


Thanks to Phil Ewell and his paper: 🤍 Support this channel: 🤍 SOURCES 🤍 0:00 Introduction 2:53 Part I - The White Racial Frame of Music Theory 8:28 Part iim - North Indian Theory and Perspectives 16:52 Part IIIm7b5 - Alternative Perspectives to Western Theory 22:04 Part IVmaj7 - Music isn’t a Universal 28:24 Part V7(b9,#9,b13) - Heinrich Schenker 36:16 Part vim - Responses to Phil Ewell 40:19 Part viio - Coda (⌐■_■) ⦿ Adam Neely T-shirts! ⦿ 🤍 ⦿ SUPPORT ME ON PATREON ⦿ 🤍 ⦿ FOLLOW ME ON THE INTERNETS ⦿ 🤍 🤍 ⦿ Check out some of my music ⦿ 🤍 🤍 🤍 Peace, Adam

Music Analysis and Performance Insight


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The Music of Tristram Village is a Classic for a Reason


Being the Nintendo Fanboy that I am, there's a lot of classic western game music that I overlook. I try to buck that trend in this video breaking down the Tristram Village Theme from Diablo, analyzing how it uses atmosphere, texture, and the natural strengths of the acoustic guitar to create its devilish vibe. FamilyJules' cover of Tristram Theme: 🤍 0:00 - Intro 1:04 - Opening Chords 5:07 - Fmaj7b5 - F#11 7:12 - Bmadd2 - Dm/F 8:53 - Back to Am 10:33 - Lighter Chords 11:37 - Tonal Ambiguity 13:43 - Final Chord Sequence 15:13 - Outro PATREON: 🤍 Check out my album: 🤍 DISCORD: 🤍 TWITTER: 🤍 Check out my video editor's own channel here: 🤍 #Diablo #gamemusic #8bitMusicTheory

How Pixar uses Music to make you Cry


Update: The example in the end of this video got muted for copyright. You can find the whole example here: 🤍 Have you guys noticed how Pixar does this? I managed to find this pattern in a lot of Pixar films, even though they aren't the only (or the first!) ones to do this. Have any questions? concerns? Feel free to message me or leave a comment below. Twitter: 🤍 Twitch: 🤍

The Beatles: a musical appreciation and analysis by composer, Howard Goodall CBE


(c) 2004 Channel Four: The Beatles - 20th Century Greats UPDATE: here's John Lennon on George Martin's influence in a 1975 BBC interview with "whispering" Bob Harris: 🤍 Music has been a central part of my entire life, yet to this day I've never understood how it all works in terms of its emotional "mechanics". In Desert Island Discs mode, for me there are three towering influences: The Beatles, Bach, and Handel - they are the big three, without question. And for for those of us who hold the music of The Beatles in the highest esteem, here classical composer Howard Goodall gives us an informed and absorbing account of their musical innovation, their influence, and their lasting legacy. It's a real privilege to be educated by someone who can express the language of music so eloquently, as classical composer and wider musician. Not everyone is going to agree with him here, but he's persuasive. I'm looking forward to comments about Howard Goodall's personal survey here, and to kick them off, the thing that struck me most was the idea of "instinctive" compositional talent, and the influence of classically-trained Sir George Martin. I have no idea why Goodall completely ignored George Martin's contribution to the Beatles' musical output. It's a pretty staggering omission. Maybe it would have polluted the populist idea of Everyman, as composer? Currently this has not been released on DVD or any other purchasable format. I am therefore uploading to my Channel to share musical education with others. It is available elsewhere on YouTube, but I wanted to draw my Subs' attention to it. I hope you enjoy it as much as I did.

MUSIC THEORY in 12 minutes for nOOBS


In this video you'll learn the basics of music theory in 12 minutes. Note names, scales, intervals, chords, key signatures, standard notation and more! It's time to become more than just a guitar player....enter the realm of being a real musician. Full tabs, guitar pro file and music below muhahaha 🔴 Music Theory Course + Scale and Chord Bible + Classical Guitar Package (65% Off) 🤍 🔴 Shred's Patreon (Reaction Requests, original music competitions, All tabs, backing tracks and courses) 🤍 0:00- Intro 0:50 Note Names 3:00 Scales 4:45 Intervals 6:39 Chords 8:25 Key Signatures 9:44 Music Notation

What is Music Analysis?


What is Music Analysis, and why do you need it? Anyone starting a higher education course in music might be forgiven for puzzling over what music analysis actually is. In this video, Dan explains the difference between music theory and music analysis, and why music analysis is of such vital importance. Key texts from this video: Theodor Adorno (trans. Max Paddison), 'On the Problem of Music Analysis', Music Analysis, Vol .1, no. 2 (1982) 169-187. Kofi Agawu, 'How we got out of Analysis, and how to get back in again', Music Analysis, Vol. 23, no. ii-iii (2004) 267-286. Julian Horton, 'On the Musicological Necessity of Musical Analysis', The Musical Quarterly, Vol. 103, no. 1-2 (2020) 62-104. If you liked this video, you might like to watch Dan's video series introducing key concepts from music theory, over at the Youtube page for the Royal Holloway Music Department: 🤍 Please share, like, subscribe, and follow Dan on twitter: 🤍

Rapping, deconstructed: The best rhymers of all time


Here's how some of the greatest rappers make rhymes. From the simple nursery rhyme–like bars of Kurtis Blow's "The Breaks" to the smooth East Coast flow of Notorious B.I.G.'s hit song "Hypnotize" to the speedy delivery of Kendrick Lamar's "Rigamortis," rhyming in rap music has not only evolved, it's gotten better. The video above explores how some of the greatest rappers of all time create memorable, lyrically dense rhymes. And here's a playlist highlighting songs that are prime examples of how great rhyming in rap can be: 🤍 Subscribe to our channel! 🤍 is a news website that helps you cut through the noise and understand what's really driving the events in the headlines. Check out 🤍 Check out our full video catalog: 🤍 Follow Vox on Twitter: 🤍 Or on Facebook: 🤍

What Makes This Song Great? - THE BEATLES (Live Analysis)


In today’s livestream we do a live “What makes this song great” analysis of a famous Beatles tune. LIVE STREAM SALE: 35% OFF EVERYTHING Use Coupon Code: RB512 to get 35% OFF: The Beato Ear Training Method: 🤍 The Beato Book and everything else in the store: 🤍 THE BEATO CLUB → 🤍 BUY THE BEATO BOOK HERE → 🤍 MY HELIX PRESETS →🤍 KEMPER PROFILES → 🤍 Follow my Instagram - 🤍 Advanced Harmonic Concepts for Composition and Improvisation Video Course → 🤍 SUBSCRIBE HERE → 🤍 BEATO MUSIC FORUM → —————————————————————————————————————— My Links to Follow: YouTube - 🤍 Personal Facebook - 🤍 Follow On Twitter - 🤍rickbeato —————————————————————————————— Special Thanks to My Supporters: Robert Hickerty comboy Alan Nance Peter DeVault Bill Grubbs Phil Mingin Tal Harber Rick Taylor Dennis Lukas Bill Miller Gabriel Karaffa Brett Bottomley Matthew Porter Frederick Humphrey Frederick Humphrey Paul Noonan Mansel Ismay James Jourdan Terry Van Belle Stephen Morris Hans Vilu Ian Chumakov Ilya Kravchenko Nathan Hanna Thom Theriault Jason Johnson David Wilkinson Chris Scrivo Kai Ellis Josh Lawrence Zack Kirkorian Ray Rossetti Evgeny Teilor Joe Ansaldi David Fugit Jonathan Wentworth-Linton Harry Brocious Pzz Marc Alan Rob Kline Tim Wilson Calvin Wells David Trapani Abel James Will Elrics Hector Medina Joe Elrod Chris Defendorf Debbie Valle maydad meiri JP Rosato Scott Rance Dave Hawkey Roger Frankham Orion Letizi Mike Voloshen Ashley Thompson Matt Pauley Peter Pillitteri Jeremy Hickerson Travis Ahrenholtz

War Ensemble | Music Theory Analysis


This video is called "War Ensemble | Music Theory Analysis." Written by Jeff Hanneman of Slayer. We'll examine the chords, scales and compositional devices that make this song great. Look out for spiders! Grab the tab below 🔴War Ensemble Music | Theory Analysis TAB: 🤍 🔴MASTER THE MODES! 🤍 🔴INSTAGRAM: 🤍 🔴My Recording Gear: DAW: Logic Pro X 🤍 Guitar Pro (tab software) 🤍 Multi Effects Amp Simulator: Line 6 HX Stomp 🤍 Mobile Multi Effects Amp Simulator: iRig HD2 🤍 My Recording Computer: Macbook Pro Laptop 🤍 Video Editing Software: Final Cut Pro X 🤍 Camera: iPhone X 🤍 John Petrucci Signature Picks: 🤍 Additional Gear: Final Cut Pro, Logic Pro X, Guitar Pro 6, i-phone X, Canon 5d Mark IV, Ibanez Universe 7 string, Fractal Audio Axe Fx II, iRig HD2, Line 6 HX Stomp, Matrix GT1000 Power Amp. BlackStar Artisan 4x12 Cab. iMAC, macbook pro, John Petrucci picks, Mogami instrument cables, Shred Fingers from endless hours of toil.

AI Music Analysis Showdown: ChatGPT vs Mapping Tonal Harmony Pro. Music Apps for iPad, iPhone & Mac


Join us as we compare and analyze Mapping Tonal Harmony Pro and ChatGPT's abilities in AI music theory and technology. We demonstrate how each tool can be used to understand harmonic progressions in jazz and compare their accuracy, speed, and ease of use. This video is perfect for musicians, composers, and music educators looking to enhance their understanding of music harmony. Let's dive in and see what these tools have to offer! 🤍OpenAI You can download the music app Mapping Tonal Harmony Pro for iOS (iPhone & iPad) and macOS here: 🤍 ☑️ Stay up-to-date with new music books or apps. We will only notify you when we release a new book or app, during giveaways, free upgrades, and sale events. Don't miss out on our regular sales of music apps and books. As always, thanks for your support ☞ 🤍 (learn when new music apps, books and courses become available and don't miss out on our regular sales) 💬 Did you enjoy this video? Let us know in the comments and don't forget to subscribe to mDecks Music here ⤵️ 🤍 - 🎼 Welcome to the official YouTube channel of mDecks Music - "Without Music, Life would be a mistake." 🎼 mDecks Music is your home on YouTube for music lessons, whether they be deep dives into tonality, tips on improvisation, how to switch from classical piano to jazz, or how to decode a piece from your favorite film score. ➡️ On this channel, I'll provide free music theory lessons, tutorials, as well as piano lessons, and lessons on upper structures, and improvisation. In addition to providing you with loads of free resources, mDecks Music also has a website with a premium membership plan full of materials that’ll take you from basic piano chords and chord progressions to playing bebop and Bach. Just sit back, watch, and learn! ➡️ If you're new to mDecks Music, check out our wide variety of music books and apps, piano arrangements, jazz, pop & classical music tutorials, and discussions on improvisation as well as songwriting. And yes, sometimes we take music theory to strange and uncharted places! So, subscribe to the channel, hit the bell, and join us for exclusive access to our ever-expanding library of Music resources... 🔔 - 📲 Follow mDecks Music on social media: FACEBOOK ☞ 🤍 TWITTER ☞ 🤍 INSTAGRAM ☞ 🤍 ✅ For more information visit our website 🤍 🎵 You can download Mapping Tonal Harmony Pro here: 🤍 🎵 YOU CAN JOIN OUR "EXCLUSIVE ACCESS" MEMBERSHIP HERE: 🤍 🎵 If you want to download the content we've published in previous months (piano arrangements, music theory lessons, 12-key workouts, music questionnaires, and more, visit: 🤍 - ⏱ Video Chapters: - #ai #chatgpt #aimusic #musictheory #chordprogressions #jazzpianolessons #jazzpiano #jazzimprovisation #jazztheorylessons #MusicTheory #mDecksMusic #mappingtonalharmonpro

The Most COMPLEX Pop Song of All Time


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Mike Wheeler Music Analysis: I Ran (So Far Away)


Let’s discuss the fourth song off Mike’s official Spotify playlist and how it relates to his character and storyline. Music Video: 🤍 Mike’s Bassment Beats Playlist: 🤍 My Post On Mike’s Playlist & The Changes: 🤍

60 Second Music Theory // The Strokes // The Modern Age #shorts


The Strokes are a funk band, change my mind

Koe no Katachi (A Silent Voice) Analysis - Music is Perspective (SPOILERS)


There’s music that makes you believe in the story. That’s exactly what “A Silent Voice” or “A Shape of Voice” or “Koe no Katachi” has done. Twitter 🤍huzzahpanda Facebook Produced, Edited, and Written by: John (huzzahpanda) Script Editors Highlong (THEPOKEMONEATER) Cindy (bahzingahh) Francis (tasteslikepineapple) Matthew (tofuhan) Footage: Special Program Koe no Katachi: 🤍 Koe no Katachi (A Silent Voice/A Shape of Voice) Party dance floor lights - HD stock footage #30 🤍 TV Studio Lights 01 / Free Stock Footage 🤍 Beachfront B-Roll- Inside a Piano (Free to Use HD Stock Video Footage) 🤍 Beachfront B-Roll: Inside a Piano Alt. Angle (Free to Use HD Stock Video Footage) 🤍 Sunday Piano Practice (1080P - free stock) 🤍 Music: Main Theme - Lord of the Rings Soundtrack (Howard Shore) Again - Fullmetal Alchemist Brotherhood (Yui) lit(var) - A Shape of Light Soundtrack, Koe no Katachi (Kensuke Ushio) qut - A Shape of Light Soundtrack, Koe no Katachi (Kensuke Ushio) thn - A Shape of Light Soundtrack, Koe no Katachi (Kensuke Ushio) inv(I.i) - A Shape of Light Soundtrack, Koe no Katachi (Kensuke Ushio) bnw - A Shape of Light Soundtrack, Koe no Katachi (Kensuke Ushio) htb - A Shape of Light Soundtrack, Koe no Katachi (Kensuke Ushio) lvs - A Shape of Light Soundtrack, Koe no Katachi (Kensuke Ushio) roh - A Shape of Light Soundtrack, Koe no Katachi (Kensuke Ushio) btf - A Shape of Light Soundtrack, Koe no Katachi (Kensuke Ushio) inv(I.ii) - A Shape of Light Soundtrack, Koe no Katachi (Kensuke Ushio) Invention No.1C dur(LastPart) - A Shape of Light Soundtrack, Koe no Katachi (Kensuke Ushio) Source: Koe no Katachi: Interview with Kensuke Ushio: 🤍 Interview: Naoko Yamada on A Silent Voice: 🤍

Ghibli Music Analysis: One Summer's Day


In this video, we kick off a 6 part series, that will dive into the incredible music of Joe Hisaishi! By the end of the series, you'll know how to adopt this style of music into your own compositional pallet! 02:10 Part 1- what emotions does this music invoke? 03:40 Part 2- music theory analysis 15:50 Part 3- Take away strategies Patreon: 🤍 This video is under Fair Use: Copyright Disclaimer Under SEction 107 of the Copyright Act in 1976; Allowance is made for "fair Use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational, or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use. All rights and credit go directly to its rightful owners. no copyright infringement intended.

Will Byers Music Analysis: I’m Still Standing


Analyzing the fifth song off Will’s official Spotify playlist and how it could apply to him and his storyline. Music Video: 🤍 Will’s Official Playlist: 🤍 My Tumblr: 🤍

Beethoven, Für Elise, music analysis / music appreciation


This video analyzes and explains important musical characteristics of Beethoven’s “Für Elise," including its structure, themes, and harmony. A link to my piano performance is 🤍

@porterrobinson & Anime Music (Wind Tempos Analysis)


I analyze 🤍Porter Robinson 's “Wind Tempos” from his new album “Nurture”, and its connection to Masakatsu Takagi’s score for “Wolf Children”. I also talk about his use of harmonic devices found in songs by Hisaishi and Sakamoto. Piano Performance, Score Preparation, Advising - 冬真Nyakkai Cello - Dara Hankins Wind Tempos full song: 🤍 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Link to Voice Leading meme: 🤍 If you enjoyed this video and want to see more, consider joining my Patreon 🤍 Or just buying me a coffee 🤍 For further discussion, come join my Discord server! 🤍

Video Game Music Theory | Ocarina of Time Title Theme Analysis


💥🎶🎮 FREE VGM AND COMPOSITION RESOURCES 💥🎶🎮 1. Start with my free 1.5-hour course on becoming a game composer. We'll go over composition, arrangement, business, and more! 🎓 🤍 2. Next, download my cheat sheet of 83 💻FREE💻 plugins, software, and resources to help you create amazing VGM. 🎹 🤍 3. If you're ready for even more, consider joining my Fundamentals of Game Composition course! 🎵 With several free lessons available, you'll be on your way to composing like a pro! 🔥 🤍 4. Check out my favorite gear, software, tools, and equipment for making VGM. 🎧 🤍 In my first video of a series that will likely go to the end of time, I’m analyzing and composing in the style of the Title Theme from Ocarina of Time. This song departs from the Zelda Title Theme formula and surprises more by how understated it is. In this video, I talk about the power of diatonic major 7 chords and their ability to upset the normal tension & release pattern of tonal music. I’ve also composed a piece in the style of the Title Theme. You can find the link to listen and download that song here: 🤍

The Unnamed Rhythm that Unites Modern Music - Music Theory and Song Analysis


My pro theory + songwriting course 🤍 Enroll in my Rhythm Training Course at ANY price! 🤍 A simple note pattern can be heard all over music, yet can't be described without notating it or playing it. Here how it fits in to four examples of relatively modern music. Toto- Rosanna All American Rejects- Move Along System Of A Down - Aeriels The Beatles - Here Comes The Sun Have A Nice Day - Bon Jovi Like this video? Thank my Patreon subscribers for sponsoring these lessons! They're the reason you don't see ads or sponsorships in the middle of my videos. You can join them here: 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 Free online guitar lessons for beginners, intermediate, and advanced players. Located in Crystal Lake, Jake Lizzio provides free jam tracks and video lessons for guitar players, as well as music theory videos and other music education content.

Why You're Wrong About Music Theory


Time to set the record straight on how music theory actually works. Try CuriosityStream free and get Nebula included: 🤍 and use promo code "12tone" Music theory is a complicated field, and sometimes it can seem unnecessarily obtuse, but I think a lot of that comes down to just a couple misunderstandings about what we're actually doing. Whether this comes from a bad teacher, a missed point, or just basic human nature, a lot of people seem to not really get how musical analysis works, and since knowing how musical analysis works is kinda my job, I figured it was time to set the record straight. Patreon: 🤍 Merch: 🤍 Discord: 🤍 Mailing List: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Email: 12tonevideos🤍 Last: 🤍 Script: 🤍 SOURCES: 🤍 Huge thanks to our Elephant of the Month Club members: Susan Jones Jill Jones Duck Ron Jones Howard Levine Brian Etheredge Gabi Ghita Elaine Pratt Ken Arnold Len Lanphar Paul Ward Benjamin DeLillo William (Bill) Boston Owen Campbell-Moore Anton Smyk Chris Prentice Jack Carlson Dov Zazkis James Treacy Bagshaw Christopher Lucas Hendrik Payer Andrew Beals Thomas Morley Jacob Helwig Duncan Dempsey Patrick James Morley David Rapoport Braum Meakes Derek Parnell Noah Gray Hendrik Stüwe Darius Rudominer Dan Bonelli And thanks as well to Corvi, Henry Reich, Gene Lushtak, Eugene Bulkin, Logan Jones, Abram Thiessen, Anna Work, Oliver, Jc Bq, Adam Neely, nico, Michael Fieseler, Rick Lees, Ben LaRose, Dave Mayer, Davis Sprague, rhandhom1, Paul Quine, CodenaCrow, Nikolay Semyonov, Arnas, Sarah Spath, Skylar J Eckdahl, Harold Gonzales, Caroline Simpson, Marc Himmelberger, Chris Borland, Michael Alan Dorman, Daniel Gilchrist, Blake Boyd, Trevor, Michael McCormick, Dmitry Jemerov, Ian Seymour, Charles Gaskell, Luke Rihn, Elliot Burke, Alex Atanasyan, Alex Knauth, Elliot Jay O'Neill, Tom Evans, Greg Borenstein, Tim S., Elias Simon, Elliot Winkler, Jerry D. Brown, Max Wanderman, Ohad Lutzky, Hape Company, James A. Thornton, Benjamin Cooper, Ken Bauso, Brian Dinger, JH, David Conrad, Stefan Strohmaier, Adam Wurstmann, Kelsey Freese, Shadow Kat, Adam Kent, Jake Lizzio, Lee Rennie, Richard T. Anderson, Angela Flierman, Paul Grieselhuber, Chris Chapin, Mark Feaver, Kevin Johnson, Brian McCue, Stephan Broek, ml cohen, Darzzr, Roger Grosse, Rodrigo Roman, Francois LaPlante, Jeremy Zolner, Rowan Fox, Britt Ratliff, Eddie O'Rourke, Ryan, Jon Bauman, John July, Volker Wegert, Danny, Matthew Kallend, Patrick Callier, Joshua Gleitze, Emilio Assteves, Alex Keeny, Alexey Fedotov, John Bejarano, Charles Hill, Valentin Lupachev, Joshua La Macchia, DSM, Gary Butterfield, Niko Albertus, Todd Davidson, David Christensen, Elizabeth von Teig, Steve Brand, Rene Miklas, Connor Shannon, max thomas, Paul Guziewski, Jamie Price, Kennedy Morrison, Red Uncle, Greg Hodgdon, Lamadesbois, Doug Nottingham, Scott Howarth, Nicholas Wolf, Ben Phillips, Peter Leventis, Scott Nystrom, Douglas Anderson, Blake White, Michal Mikolaj Maslowski, Phillip N, Aaron Epstein, Chris Connett, Scott Frazer, ZagOnEm, Robert Beach, veleum, Kevin Boyce, h2g2guy, Kenneth Kousen, James, Skyler, W. Dennis Sorrell, Mordredd, Aaron Zhu Freedman, Hexa Midine, John Polgreen, Tuna, Mathew Wolak, Killian Hackenschmidt, Melvin Martis, T, Lincoln Mendell, Vincent Engler, Noam Fields-Meyer, Luke, Professor Elliot, Jozef Paffen, Larry Siden, Carsten Lechte, Sam Rezek, Lucas Augusto, Matt McKegg, Dominic, Marcus Doyle, Beth Martyn, Caitlin Olsen, Roming, salman karout, NoticeMK, Natalie Ferraro, Hubert Ulber, Hikaru Katayamma, Adeline Mueller, Sarah Sutton, Doug Lantz, Evan Satinsky, Strattara, Stephen Shephard, Anna, Brian Cohen, James Little, RaptorCat, leftaroundabout, Jigglypuffer, Jens Schäfer, Mikely Whiplash, room34, Austin Amberg, Adam Granger, Andrew Engel, Jasmine Fellows, Francisco Rodrigues, Elizabeth, Carter Stoddard, David Van der Linden, Peter Brinkman, maikerujon, Sloo, Thomas McCarthy-Ward, Wes Darling, Anton Vodonosov, Robert Whittington, Jim Taylor, Brandon Legawiec, Carolyn Priest-Dorman, Brx, and Robert McIntosh! Your support helps make 12tone even better! Also, thanks to Jareth Arnold for proofreading the script to make sure this all makes sense hopefully!

Will Byers Music Analysis: Hold On


Analyzing the sixth song off Will’s official Spotify playlist and how it could apply to him and his storyline. Performance Video: 🤍 Will’s Official Playlist: 🤍 My Tumblr: 🤍

The Music Theory of CBAT (the reddit guy song)


Microtonality and tiktok! | Watch this video ad free on Nebula! 🤍 0:00 Intro 1:08 Part I - the music theory 4:18 Part II - rhythm and pulse 7:40 Part III - putting cbat to the test Hudson Mohawke - Cbat 🤍 THE SECRETS OF THE CASCARA PATTERN - TIMBALES 🤍 Is beat induction innate or learned? Probing emergent meter perception in adults and newborns using event-related brain potentials 🤍 Evolution of rhythm as an indicator of mate quality 🤍 The sensory-motor theory of rhythm and beat induction 20 years on: a new synthesis and future perspectives 🤍 Getting the beat: Entrainment of brain activity by musical rhythm and pleasantness 🤍 A model of sexual trance and climax via rhythmic entrainment 🤍 (⌐■_■) ⦿ Adam Neely T-shirts! ⦿ 🤍 ⦿ SUPPORT ME ON PATREON ⦿ 🤍 ⦿ FOLLOW ME ON THE INTERNETS ⦿ 🤍 🤍 ⦿ Check out some of my music ⦿ 🤍 🤍 🤍 Peace, Adam

Why the Music in Cats (2019) is Worse than you Thought


Due to a manual copyright claim by UMG (that I'm still working to resolve) some of the music in this video is either muted or replaced with some of the most hilarious stock music YouTube would let me use. If you'd like to see what this video was supposed to look/sound like, you can check it out here: 🤍 In this video I freak out about Cats holding hands Twitter: 🤍 Twitch: 🤍 Patreon: 🤍 Also, I'd like to make a special mention of Catilin Koi's video "Let's Talk About CATS". I wish I'd done my job a little better and found this video before I made my own, and cited her multiple times because she does a MUCH better job than I do at explaining the plot to the original stage version of Cats, especially everything with Grizabella at the end of the show. if anything about this video has made you excited about learning about the original Cats then I cannot recommend her video enough 🤍 Sources: The article penned by the audio leads on Cats I cannot overstate how much of a fascinating read this is, you owe it to yourself to read it! 🤍 Part 1 of the above article with some interesting insights to the film industry (I liked the part where they lucked out with the forehead-mounted mics not interfering with the dancers' somersaults) 🤍 Luciano Berio's Sequenza III performed by Laura Catrani (I love this performance!) 🤍 🤍 because of course Cats has it's own wiki The Toronto Star article about the Orchestra having to work up to 2 months before the film released 🤍 John Cage's Water Walk 🤍 The Greenport Peter Pan Fiasco 🤍 Maria Joao Pires prepared a different Mozart concerto to the one that was performed 🤍 The same thing happened to pianist Tianxu An in the finals of a Tchaikovsky Competition in 2019 🤍 Ray Chen breaks a string during a performance (and the concertmaster doesn't flinch when he has to swap violins like a pro) 🤍 The metal pole modern dance thing that we've all seen a million times 🤍 If I've missed anything please let me know Seriously, if I've used a clip from your video in this video and I haven't put it here please contact me!

Will Byers Music Analysis: Walk On The Wild Side


Analyzing the second song off Will’s official Spotify playlist and how it could apply to him and his storyline. Music Video: 🤍 Will’s Official Playlist: 🤍 My Tumblr: 🤍

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